COVID-19 Local Assistance Matching Grant Program

During the 2021 First Special Session held on May 19, the legislature passed HB 1004, COVID-19 Grant Program Amendments (M. Schultz, K. Cullimore). This bill appropriated $50 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money to the Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget (GOPB) to create a statewide grant program for local governments to complete local […]

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Technical Planning Assistance (TPA)

UDOT offers funding for technical planning assistance to local governments in Utah, especially to those that are experiencing rapid growth and/or lack sufficient resources to carry out planning projects on their own. These funds are awarded on a competitive basis. Eligible project types include: Community Visioning Projects Transportation Master Plans Active Transportation/Multimodal Plans Corridor Plans/Solutions

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Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge

Under RPIC, placemaking is defined as a collaborative process among public, private, philanthropic and community partners to strategically improve the social, cultural, and economic structure of a community. This work is based on a sense of place with qualitative and quantitative outcomes. Qualified entities may use the funds to provide technical assistance and training to

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Farmers Market Promotion Program

FMPP funds projects that develop, coordinate, and expand direct producer-to-consumer markets to help increase access to and availability of locally and regionally produced agricultural products. The program focuses on: • Supporting and promoting domestic direct producer-to-consumer (including direct producer-to- retail, direct producer-to-restaurant and direct producer-to-institutional marketing) marketing such as farmers markets, roadside stands, agritourism activities,

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OHV Fiscal Incentive Grant (FIG)

State OHV grants can fund a wide range of projects as long as they benefit OHV recreation. All state OHV funds may be spent on the construction, improvement, operation, acquisition, or maintenance of publicly owned or administered OHV facilities (including infrastructure). This trail work may include: the development and rehabilitation of trailside and trailhead facilities,

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RAISE Discretionary Grant

RAISE Discretionary Grants provide an opportunity for the Department of Transportation to invest in road, rail, transit and port projects that promise to achieve national objectives. RAISE can provide capital funding directly to any public entity, including municipalities, counties, port authorities, tribal governments, MPOs, or others. The RAISE program enables DOT to use a rigorous

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Colorado River Basin Salinity Control Program

The threat of salinity is a major concern in both the United States and Mexico; salinity affects agricultural, municipal, and industrial water users. The goal of the Colorado River Basin Salinity Control Program is to enhance and protect the quality of water available in the Colorado River for use in the United States. Reclamation’s Basin

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